Reverse Throne to Foot to Hand Connected Pop

Reverse Throne to Foot to Hand Connected Pop

Description

This pop is all about timing! While the flyer doesn't need to travel far they need to move from the bases hands to feet while moving backwards over their feet. In this video we review the directionality, mechanics and spotting to allow you to work into this pop.
Disciplines
Acro
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